Believe it or not, but in three months we’ll be celebrating Christmas again. It felt like Christmas last week when I visited the Harrods Christmas Shop in London, even though it was a sunny summer day (25 degrees).
If you need some suggestions for the festive season 2014, take a look at the beautiful tree decorations and ornaments sold at Harrods. Did you know that Harrods offers over 250,000 Christmas decorations? They will get you in the mood for Chrismtas. Step into the captivating winter wonderland.
HARRODS CHRISTMAS SHOP 2014
Pretty in red: Male and Female Tower of London Guards
Ballerina shoes in pale pink and a white winter bird
A pretty ballerina
The British crown and Christmas stockings on a pretty pink cushion
Ancient British stamps to decorate your Christmas tree
A patchwork rocking horse, a chequered teapot and green Christmas bulbs
Did you know that the first decorated trees were adorned with apples, white candy canes and pastries in the shapes of stars, hearts and flowers? Glass baubles were first made in Germany, by Hans Greiner (1550-1609) who produced garlands of glass beads and tin figures that could be hung on trees.
Harrods official website